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Touch Bar Tips

Touch Bar Tips

The Touch Bar on MacBook Pro (15-inch, Late 2016) and MacBook Pro (13-inch, Late 2016, Four Thunderbolt 3 Ports) replaces the function keys at the top of your keyboard and gives you quick access to commands on your Mac. It changes automatically based on what you’re doing and apps that you’re using. If you need access to function keys(…)

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Dock Tips

Dock Tips

The Dock is the bar of icons that sits at the bottom or side of your screen. It provides easy access to many of the apps that come with your Mac (like Mail, Safari, and Messages). You can add your own apps, documents and folders to the Dock, too. To use an item in the Dock, click its icon.(…)

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Safari Tips

Safari Tips

1. Cut through your bookmarks clutter Overwhelmed by bookmarks? The first step is to organize them into folders (Bookmarks > Add Bookmark Folder). The next step is to organize the bookmarks within the folders. It’s not hard if you use the Finder to alphabetize them. Go to your bookmarks window (Bookmarks > Show All Bookmarks or Command-Option-B),(…)

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Safari Tips

Safari Tips

Smart search field Safari on iOS 7 has a unified “smart search field” that allows you to type the url of the website or search for text. When you start typing, it displays the top url hit, suggestions from Google Search or your favorite search engine, your Bookmarks and history, and results of the text search on the(…)

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iOS Safari Tips

iOS Safari Tips

Smart search field Safari on iOS 7 has a unified “smart search field” that allows you to type the url of the website or search for text. When you start typing, it displays the top url hit, suggestions from Google Search or your favorite search engine, your Bookmarks and history, and results of the text search on the(…)

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Translates a web page in one click !

Translates a web page in one click !

Translates any foreign-language web page into your browser’s language.Just Drag this >> Translate

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Safari 5.1

Safari 5.1

The Safari 5.1 web browser windowBelow is a typical Safari 5.1 window in OS X Lion. Some of the window elements can be customized, as described below. Show the previous page / Show the next page * The “+” button to add Bookmark, Reading List or Top Sites for the current webpage loaded * Smart(…)

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SafariSupport

SafariSupport

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Safari

Safari

Restart the Flash plugin without quitting Safari  Safari will often get stalled out and need to be restarted. In many cases, this can be traced to the Flash plugin getting overloaded. You can quite simply restart just the Flash plugin and make Safari work properly again. You will need to use the Terminal to quit(…)

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Safari Shortcuts

Safari Shortcuts

General shortcuts: up/down arrow key Scroll page vertically by a small amount (more than click on scroll bar arrow) left/right arrow key Scroll page horizontally by a small amount (more than click on scroll bar arrow) option-arrow keys Scroll page by a screenful, minus a small overlap Command-up/down arrow key Scroll to top-left or bottom-left(…)

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Using RSS Feeds

Using RSS Feeds

Many websites offer RSS feeds. Using RSS feeds, you can scan articles from several websites in one window, be notified when a website has new articles, and use a bookmark to search specific websites for specific terms. An RSS feed provides the titles and summaries for many articles on a website.Safari displays this information in(…)

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More Safari Tips ?

More Safari Tips ?

Having issues with docx attachments in Gmail on Safari (pre-Leopard)? The solution is actually easy: You are accessing gmail on a Mac using Safari (2.x or 3.x BETA – 3.x on Leopard is fine), someone sends you a new Microsoft Office .docx format file, you download it, and it shows up as a .zip file.Or(…)

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More Safari Software ?

Saft is a Safari plugin to add features like draggable tabs, full-screen browsing, searchable bookmarks and history, URL shortcuts, kiosk mode and more. Updated recently for Leopard 1Password is a Password Manager that uniquely brings you both Security and Convenience. It is the only program that provides Anti-Phishing protection and goes beyond password management by(…)

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Block Internet Ads

Tired of seeing pop-ads when you visit websites? You can eliminate the vast majority of them quickly and easily in Safari. Here’s how: 1. Open Safari. 2. Choose Block Pop-Up Windows from the Safari menu Wasn’t that easy?

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Create a Dashboard Widget

Create a Dashboard Widget

Thanks to Mac OS X Leopard, you can make your own custom Dashboard widget.In seconds. They’re called Web Clip widgets, and they’re easy to create. Here’s how: Click the Web Clip button in the Safari toolbar. Position the clear box that appears over the Videos being watched right now section, click once to place it,(…)

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Create a Bookmark

You Tube, the Onion, Apple Hot News, your bank, your local Craigs List, Wikipedia — if you visit the same websites on a regular basis, you can save yourself some time and keystrokes by creating bookmarks for those sites. Let’s say you keep up with environmental news with regular visits to grist.org. The easiest way(…)

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Searchin’ Safari

Safari’s search features are more powerful than ever in Mac OS X. To search a web page for text, type Command-f, which opens the Find banner near the top of the browser window. Type your search term. (No need to press Return.) Safari instantly tells you how many times the term appears on the page.The(…)

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Browse in Privacy

Under normal circumstances, Safari retains records of your web browsing activity.It remembers the pages you visit, the data you download, and your web searches.It may also store your personal data in order to automatically complete online forms. While these features can save time and help you retrace your online steps, there are occasions when you(…)

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Tools for Safari !

Full Screen: How can you make your Safari Browser window quickly expand to fill your full screen? Easy, just drag and drop the link below to your bookmarks bar OR bookmarks folder. Then click on it and the simple JavaScript will expand your browser to fill all available screen real estate. Drag this link to(…)

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Filling out Forms

Filling out Forms

Filling Out Forms on the Web: Safari can use information in your Address Book or data you previously entered in an online form to automatically complete online forms you need to fill out in the future.AutoFill is a service that helps you complete online forms and log in to Web sites with a user name(…)

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Enable Extensions Menu

Enable Extensions Menu

Here’s how to enable it. 1. From within the Preferences of Safari 5, select the Advanced tab. 2. Select Show Develop menu in menu bar 3. Close Preferences 4. Select the Develop menu 5. Select Enable Extensions 6. Reopen Preferences and the Extensions tab will now be present. Now you’ll be ready to manage all your Safari extensions.

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Install and Uninstall Extensions

Install and Uninstall Extensions

Installing extensions is really easy… maybe too easy. 1. First you will have to enable the extensions menu. 2. Next, download the extension in Safari 3. Click on it 4. Confirm that you want to install. Remember only to trust extensions from sources you trust. 5. Your extension will now be installed and ready for your use.(…)

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